Lok Sabha Election 2019: Interesting Fact about Oldest VoterPrabu (Author) Published Date : Apr 11, 2019 17:55 IST
Oldest Voter of Lok Sabha Election 2019: Few hours back, Indian Prime minister Narendra Modi and Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi tweeted to the voters of India for this lok sabha election 2019, to vote wisely and to encourage first time voters, youths of nation.
First phase of voting is going on with enthusiasm. This passion is being not only in young voters but also in elderly voters. In this first phase of the lok sabha election 2019, 107 year old woman named Sumitra Roy from Sikkim constituency has cast her vote.
Twitter user PIB of Sikkim tweeted the photos of the voter and considered as the oldest woman registered in Sikkim to vote in this election. Further, Sumitra Roy, who is resident of Kamlai went to Kamnagar Secondary School under the Nepokkalok Kamarang constituency voted in polling booth.
Before this, in 2017 Gujarat assembly election, 126 year old Chandvadia Aziben Sidhbhai was the oldest woman by voting in Rajkot. For Sikkim the voting process completed in a single day.
Sumitra Rai, 107, the oldest voter registered to vote this election in Sikkim. The Mamley resident would cast her vote in Kamrang secondary school polling station under Poklok Kamrang constituency.#LokSabhaElections2019 #SikkimElections2019 @SpokespersonECI @DGNorthEast pic.twitter.com/bMiFnGwV9H— PIB in Sikkim (@PIBGangtok) April 11, 2019
Sumitra Rai, 107, the oldest voter of Sikkim has just cast her vote @ Kamrang secondary school polling station at Poklok Kamrang, South Sikkim.#LokSabhaElections2019 #SikkimElections2019 #FestivalOfDemocracy@PIB_India@SpokespersonECI @DGNorthEast https://t.co/8lKi1gdOQp pic.twitter.com/EWr9GpsqSd— PIB in Sikkim (@PIBGangtok) April 11, 2019
Lok Sabha Election 2019: Interesting Fact about Oldest Voter